It is with immense sadness that the family announces the passing of Lawrence “Larry” Whiteduck JR on Mar 31, 2023. Larry was a man of many titles but most important to him was that of Dad. His three living children, Cameron (Nathalie) 25, Noah 15 and Makennah 12 were at his side until his very last breath holding his hand telling him how much they loved him and were going to miss him. Cameron had promoted Larry to grandfather with his two beautiful children Hayden and Hope. Larry was born on Dec 6, 1977, to Betty Dube (Bob predeceased) and Lawrence “Larry” Whiteduck Sr (Linda) and was the baby of the family being blessed with two protective older sisters Stephanie Whiteduck and Jennifer Sliviniski (Luke Slivinski Sr). Family was very important to Larry, and he was blessed with a large extended family including his additional siblings Tyler Whiteduck, Corey Adams, Heather Wood and Tiffany Dube Ladyk (Mike), mother to his two youngest children Sarah Whiteduck, Teena Daizi mother to Cameron, Fondly remembered and missed terribly by the Hunda Family, Judy Hunda, Melissa (Rae) Hunda and Becky (Wayne) Hunda. Uncle to Jessica, Justin, Luke JR, Caitlin, Braedan, Aurora, Izabella, Madison, Morgan, Emma, Carlie, Lorra and Violet as well as a very special Great Uncle to Teagan, Sofie, Brooklyn and Mackenzie. Larry leaves behind many aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends who were like family to him. Waiting to welcome him on the other side were his daughter Hannah Whiteduck, Granny Beatrice Whiteduck, Grandma Pat Duquette, Stepfather Bob Dube and Dave Hunda.
Larry was a friend to all with an infectious laugh, genuine heart and warm smile. He was always there whenever anyone called on him and especially enjoyed anything that involving vehicles! Larry was known to always be tinkering with any vehicle he could get his hands on and working on his numerous modifications to his trailblazer. This love for anything vehicular led him to his many jobs in the automotive field from Maslack Supply to Mr. Lube and most recently a tow truck driver with Johnny’s Transportation.
Larry was affectionately referred to as “Little Larry” and will fondly be remembered as such by friends and family alike. He was truly one of the most generous and caring persons who will be missed tremendously by so many. The family will be hosting a celebration of life to honour his life in the near future. Arrangements entrusted to Sudbury Park Lawn Cremation Services.